Get a sneak peek of the new documentary Move Me prior to its broadcast premiere—and continue the conversation locally.

Front Range Community College’s sociology program is hosting a public screening of the new documentary film Move Me from Emmy Award-winning Independent Lens. Join us online—or in person at our Westminster and Fort Collins campuses.

Watch the movie, then stick around for a live virtual discussion with local experts. Both events are free and open to the public.


Screening of Move Me


Wednesday, October 12 at 11:00 am


FRCC’s Larimer Campus

Longs Peak Student Center conference rooms

4616 S. Shields Street in Fort Collins


FRCC’s Westminster Campus

Multicultural Center (near entrance 3)

3645 W. 112th Avenue in Westminster

Link to watch online:


After suffering a life-altering spinal cord injury, dancer Kelsey Peterson lost both function and sensation from the chest down, essentially robbing her of her self-identities as an athlete and dancer. Alongside peers and allies in the spinal cord injury community, she seeks to answer the question “Who am I now?”

As she grapples with the ebb and flow of hope and acceptance, Kelsey talks to researchers and meets with people who belong to this community and who help give her the strength and the will to return to dance. When a cutting-edge clinical trial surfaces, it tests her expectations and her faith in the possibility of a cure, forcing her to evaluate the limits of her recovery—in body and spirit.


If you enjoy the film—and/or it leaves you with burning questions you’d like to discuss—please join us directly afterward for a special interactive live conversation with these experts:

Teri Wagner—Executive/Artistic Director, Spoke N Motion Dance

Yesenia Torres—Sexuality after Spinal Cord Injury (SCI) educator, author, and advocate

Seyanna Hitt—Program Director for Young Emerging Leaders for Disability (YELD) Power

Candy Tefertiller—Executive Director of Research and Evaluation, Craig Hospital

What: Live Zoom panel discussion directly following the film

When: Wednesday, October 12 at Noon

Link to Participate:

FILM THEMES/DISCUSSION TOPICS: disability, identity, medicine, spinal cord injuries


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About Indie Lens Pop-Up

Indie Lens Pop-Up is a neighborhood series that brings people together for film screenings and community-driven conversations. Featuring documentaries seen on PBS’s Independent Lens, Indie Lens Pop-Up draws local residents, leaders and organizations together to discuss what matters most, from newsworthy topics, to family and relationships. Make friends, share stories and join the conversation. For more information, visit

About Independent Lens

Independent Lens is an Emmy® Award-winning weekly series airing on PBS Monday nights at 10:00 PM. The acclaimed series, with Lois Vossen as executive producer, features documentaries united by the creative freedom, artistic achievement, and unflinching visions of independent filmmakers. Presented by ITVS, the series is funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people, with additional funding from PBS, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, Wyncote Foundation, and the National Endowment for the Arts. For more visit Join the conversation: and on Twitter @IndependentLens.

About Front Range Community College

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About the Colorado Community College System

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